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Surface Engineering of Thin Film Materials

Surface engineering refers to a branch of materials science with an enormous range of applications and methodologies – many...

Why Does Nanotechnology Require Mass Spectrometry?

Nanotechnology refers to the research and development of matter at the molecular, macromolecular, or atomic scale. These microcosmic parameters...

Hiden Gas Analysers at the 233rd ECS Meeting | Booth 202

Research and development facilities around the world have chosen Hiden’s QGA and HPR-20 atmospheric pressure gas analysis systems to...

HPR-40 DEMS System at The Battery Show Europe | Booth B646

Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry is a technique that allows unique online analysis of gaseous and volatile products from electrochemical...

What is TPR?

Temperature programmed reduction (TPR) is a material characterization process commonly used in catalysis studies that examine the surface chemistry...

Process Control and Contamination Monitoring with RGAs

Residual gas analyzers (RGAs) are compact quadrupole mass spectrometers that are commonly used for process control and contamination monitoring...

Detection of Nitric Oxide with a Hiden Mass Spectrometer

Membrane inlet mass spectrometry (MIMS) is a particle measurement and detection methodology using a mass spectrometer capable of partitioning...

What is TPO and Why is it Performed?

Temperature programmed oxidation (TPO) is an analytical technique capable of establishing the oxidation of an element or compound through...

How Gas Analyzers Can Benefit the Automotive Industry

Emissions standards imposed upon auto engineering firms in the US could be set to change, as the Environmental Protection...